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While details are unfolding about season two of the Lifetime turned Netflix hit You, we still don't know its official release date. But if you want to keep the creepy stalker/murderer vibes alive as you wait, there are plenty of other TV shows out there for you to binge.

Lucky for you, we've rounded up 14 binge-worthy shows from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime TV, and other streaming services for you to watch to fill the You-sized hole in your life. By the time you get started on these, Beck's death will be a distant memory, and season two will be just around the corner.

Dexter: Streaming on Netflix.

Michael C. Hall plays Dexter Morgan, a forensic technician specializing in blood-splatter-pattern analysis, who doesn't just solve murders, he commits them. But it's OK; he only murders the guilty. This show will keep you occupied for a while, as there are eight long seasons to binge.

Pretty Little Liars: Streaming on Netflix.

PLL is similar to You because throughout all seven seasons, you're never really sure who to trust. Plus, Shay Mitchell is in it! If you want #JusticeForPeach, definitely binge PLL for the first or billionth time. A spinoff is coming soon, too, so you'll be prepared!

Killing Eve: Streaming on Hulu.

If stalkers and serial killers are your thing, but you're sick and tired of men, stream the first season of the BBC series Killing Eve. There are just eight episodes, and you'll binge them in no time. Fortunately, the show is returning for a second season in 2019 as well. Just beware: You'll definitely fall in love with Sandra Oh.

Gossip Girl: Streaming on Netflix.

If you just can't get enough Penn Badgley and still haven't seen Gossip Girl (WHO ARE YOU?), then definitely do yourself a favor and binge all six seasons on Netflix. You'll easily be able to see the parallels between Dan Humphrey and Joe Goldberg.

The Sinner: Streaming on Netflix.

This crime miniseries stars Bill Pullman as a detective investigating a young mother (Jessica Biel) who can't remember why she stabbed a man on the beach. It's exactly as crazy as it sounds and will keep you glued to the screen until the very last second, much like You.

The Fall: Streaming on Netflix.

This British series centers around police superintendent Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) and a fatally attractive serial killer named Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan). It's definitely got the same "Am I attracted to a serial killer?" vibe as You.

Eye Candy: Streaming on MTV.com.

Sadly, Eye Candy lasted only one season, because the only MTV shows that are sustainable are reality-based. But its single season is definitely worth watching! It stars Victoria Justice as tech genius Lindy, who attempts to solve the mystery of a serial killer who murders their victims after sending a post-date text message. Similar to You, it's a story of cyberstalking gone wrong.

Stalker: Streaming on Amazon Prime TV.

Aptly named, this show stars Dylan McDermott as an LAPD officer who investigates a new stalking case each week. It's like Criminal Minds, but only for stalkers. There's only one season, so you'll probably binge it all in a day or two.

How To Get Away With Murder: Streaming on Netflix.

Like Joe from You, the cast members of this Shonda Rhimes masterpiece are great at killing people and getting away with it. If you enjoy the thrill of evading authorities and unlikeable characters, you'll love How To Get Away With Murder. 

Gypsy: Streaming on Netflix.

Gypsy is definitely not the best show you'll watch in 2019, but will it keep you on the edge of your seat? Probably. Like Joe in You, the main character in Gypsy is a creepy stalker whom you'll love to hate and hate to love.

American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace: Streaming on Netflix.

Two words: Darren Criss. His portrayal of Versace’s killer, Andrew Cunanan, earned him both a Primetime Emmy and a Golden Globe, and it's easy to see why. His gut-wrenching portrayal will definitely keep you up at night.

The Affair: Streaming on Showtime Anytime.

Imagine those inner monologues that defined You on steroids, and you'll get Showtime's The Affair. It doesn't really compare with anything else on television, but it focuses on the flaws of memory and perspective like You does, features a murder mystery, and has a lot of antiheroes you can't decide if you love or hate.

Revenge: Streaming on Hulu.

Like You, Revenge has the ability to make you fall for the villain — which in this case, is Madeleine Stowe's Victoria. It might be a bit more melodramatic, but there are definitely reasons to stick with it. It gives you the same sort of seething intensity that Joe, Beck, and the others offer on You.

Safe: Streaming on Netflix.

When widowed surgeon Tom's oldest daughter and her boyfriend go missing, he enlists his girlfriend, Sophie, a police detective, to help him find them. Like in the show You, everyone in this affluent neighborhood carries dark secrets and you're not sure who to trust.